You’ve heard the phrase “stop and smell the roses” I’m sure, right? There is so much meaning for this simple statement. What does it mean to you? Have you ever actually sat down and thought about it? I know, I know, so many questions, but this has been on my mind a lot recently.
Have you ever been away from your routine, say on vacation or a business trip, and thought to yourself “I can’t do my normal workout” and then you end up falling off your own bandwagon just because you miss a few days of your “regular” activity? Well, as you may or may not know, you should be mixing up your routine anyway so why not try adding in some of these exercises I’ll give you that you can do anywhere with little to no equipment? Sounds simple, right? Get to moving …
October is National Physical Therapy Month! I want to honor all of the amazing Physical Therapists out there. Virtual high fives and fist bumps to each of you! You rock it! You rock the world of movement! For the non-therapists, do you know what Physical Therapists do for society and do you know why you should be seeing one BEFORE you end up injured? SURPRISE!!! Physical Therapy (aka PT) is not just for recovery, sure, we’re all good at helping you recover, but what if you could PREVENT a necessary recovery phase? Say whaaaat??
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2017 marks my 39th birthday. This is the final year until I dive into the next decade. I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting over the past couple of months on this. I spend quite a bit of my time working on my own personal development, as I feel each person should do. I have notebooks full of notes I’ve taken from books, lectures, workshops, webinars, blogs, and so much more. Out of everything I’ve been doing up until now, I have come up with a list of 39 lessons I have learned in my 39 years. What will resonate most with you?